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... we enjoyed in Sweden.......
~ Junibaken (Pippi Longstockings) we saw the tribute statue to the author Astrid Lindgrenloved ~ ~ Swedish meatballs, our host Alma made the most delicious meatballs we ate with the red current berry topping, gravy & potatoes.
~ The yoghurt alll throughout Europe has been outstanding and eaten almost daily on our trip.
~ In Sweden we viewed a living agricultural museum, we saw the way ...
... indoors tshirt and shorts (all homes have fantastic insulation) light till almost midnight and light again just after 4am, but the cloud means long pants and polar fleece jacket outside! Thursday and Friday caught up on washing and just relaxed! So nice to take the time to just chill.......Ready for our day tomorrow "The Abba Museum" Yoo hoo! Oops forget to mention the entertainment value of Brendan's on board cabin bag with built in scooterrrrrrr at the airport ...
... Pity - didn't have my running gear! So, over to Vasa instead. The Vasa was an impressive warship that took two years to build but in 1628, it sank in Stockholm harbour on her maiden voyage! In 1961 it was finally salvaged and raised to the surface and since that time visitors to see the ship have broken all records. Not surprising - it is a fabulous museum. The ship is so well preserved with almost 90%25 of it original. Although we had visited ...
... a snack of fresh soft pretzels from the baker.
I was waiting for the kids to crash at any moment since we had pretty much just skipped nap and played hard all day long. Indeed, as soon as we started walking, C fell asleep in the stroller. D agreed to sit on the front of the stroller (a sure sign that he was pooped), and he actually fell asleep sitting up, and ended up slumped forward over his own legs. I laughed SO hard, ...
... with winter clad shoppers rushing home with packages tucked under their arms.
It is dark by 3 PM so it's fortunate that the lights comfort us with the promise of the coming holidays. As we adjust to our jet lag we must also get used to this change in daylight. I keep reminding myself that I've enjoyed many summers here where the days seem endless...now it's payback time. But we have a cozy home and the spirit of ...